Front Page Drama

Copyright 2017, J. David Goldin

These are all the examples of this program in the radioGOLDINdex database. These listings are accurate as of October 29, 2017. The programs are listed chronologically, partial dates appear first, unknown dates appear last.


84752. Front Page Drama. January 4, 1934. Program #37. Hearst syndication. "The Death Dress". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The first program of the series to be called, "Front Page Drama." The program was referred to as, "The American Weekly Program" for the first thirty-six programs, but was essentially the same show. Staged in the New York Studios of The General Broadcasting Company. The story will appear in The American Weekly as, "Trapped By The Blue Dress He Killed Her In." Leo G. Carroll, R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:51. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84753. Front Page Drama. January 11, 1934. Program #38. Hearst syndication. "The Devil's Daughter". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Produced in the New York studios of The General Broadcasting Company. The story will appear in The American Weekly as, "Three Weird Nights With The Devil's Daughter." Sheila Hayes, R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84754. Front Page Drama. January 18, 1934. Program #39. Hearst syndication. "Pawn Of Circumstance". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Produced in the New York studios of The General Broadcasting Company. The story will appear in The American Weekly as, "Confessed To Murder So He Could Prove His Innocence." Charles Warburton, R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84755. Front Page Drama. January 25, 1934. Program #40. Hearst syndication. "Romanov Romance". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Produced in the New York studios of The General Broadcasting Company. The story will appear in The American Weekly as, "Her Real Life Is Thrilling As Any Movie Plot." Florence Malone, R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84756. Front Page Drama. February 1, 1934. Program #41. Hearst syndication. "The Silver Siren". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Produced in the New York studios of The General Broadcasting Company. The story will appear in The American Weekly as, "Countless Millions In Shipwrecked Treasure." R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84757. Front Page Drama. February 8, 1934. Program #42. Hearst syndication. "The Masquerade Mystery". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The program was produced in the New York studios of The General Broadcasting Company. The story will appear in The American Weekly as, "New Secrets Of The Surete." Percy Moore, R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84758. Front Page Drama. February 15, 1934. Program #43. Hearst syndication. "The Fatal Party". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Produced in the New York studios of The General Broadcasting Company. The story will appear in The American Weekly as, "Fatal End Of A Whoopee Party." Warren Hull, R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:48. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

84759. Front Page Drama. February 24, 1934. Program #44. Hearst syndication. "Whispering Walls". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Produced in the New York studios of The General Broadcasting Company. R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84760. Front Page Drama. March 3, 1934. Program #45. Hearst syndication. "The Spirit Murder". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Produced in the New York studios of The General Broadcasting Company. R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84761. Front Page Drama. March 17, 1934. Program #47. Hearst syndication. "The Girl Gangster". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Produced in the New York studios of The General Broadcasting Company. The story will appear in The American Weekly as, "Murdered Gangster's Widow Carries On The Business." R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84762. Front Page Drama. March 24, 1934. Program #48. Hearst syndication. "Rustic Revenge". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Produced in the New York studios of The General Broadcasting Company. The story will appear in The American Weekly as, "Murdered A School Teacher In Front Of Her Class." R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84763. Front Page Drama. March 31, 1934. Program #49. Hearst syndication. "Mystery Mansion". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Produced in the New York studios of The General Broadcasting Company. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "New Secrets Of The Surete, The French Detective Police." R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84764. Front Page Drama. April 7, 1934. Program #50. Hearst syndication. "The Command To Wed". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Produced in the New York studios of The General Broadcasting Company. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Prince Ahia Of Ethiopia, and His Japanese Mail Order Bride." R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:51. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84765. Front Page Drama. April 14, 1934. Program #51. Hearst syndication. "Marie Antoinette's Diamond". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Produced in the New York studios of The General Broadcasting Company. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Plot Succeeded In Overthrowing Government." R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84766. Front Page Drama. April 21, 1934. Program #52. Hearst syndication. "The Beauty Of Babylon". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Produced in the New York studios of The General Broadcasting Company. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Follies That Destroyed Famous Queens." R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84767. Front Page Drama. April 30, 1934. Program #53. Hearst syndication. "The Death Circle". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Produced in the New York studios of The General Broadcasting Company. R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:51. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84768. Front Page Drama. May 7, 1934. Program #54. Hearst syndication. "Anthony and Cleopatra". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Produced in the New York studios of The General Broadcasting Company. A painting of Cleopatra will appear on the cover of The American Weekly so readers can "see what she looked like." The story will appear in the magazine as part of the series, "Follies That Destroyed Famous Queens." William Shakespeare (author), R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84769. Front Page Drama. May 14, 1934. Program #55. Hearst syndication. "Magic Water". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A production of The General Broadcasting Company. The story of the discovery of "heavy water," which will prolong life. R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84770. Front Page Drama. May 21, 1934. Program #56. Hearst syndication. "The Money Moon". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A production of The General Broadcasting Company. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Countless Millions In Hidden Treasure." R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84771. Front Page Drama. May 28, 1934. Program #57. Hearst syndication. "Dancing Lady". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A production of The General Broadcasting Company. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Found Floating In Her Pompeiian Bath." R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84772. Front Page Drama. June 4, 1934. Program #58. Hearst syndication. "Romantic Rovers". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A production of The General Broadcasting Company. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Pitcairn Islanders Find Relic Of The Bounty." R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 12:41. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

11473. Front Page Drama. July 26, 1934. Program #65. Hearst syndication. "Simple Suicide". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A cop on the beat does a little detective work, and finds a killer. Produced in the studios of The General Broadcasting Company. . 15 minutes. Audio condition: Good. Complete.

93762. Front Page Drama. August 17, 1934. Program #69. Hearst syndication. "The Perfect Pair". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A romance ends in Brownsville, with a murder-suicide! R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

93755. Front Page Drama. August 24, 1934. Program #70. Hearst syndication, Brunswick transcription. "The Night Of Nights". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The program is based on the story, "Mediums Now Using Modern Science For Their Fakes." R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:59. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

84773. Front Page Drama. August 31, 1934. Program #71. Hearst syndication. "Grand Finale". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Produced in the studios of The General Broadcasting Company. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Love-Tragedy Of The Circus Sharpshooter and His Living Target." R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84774. Front Page Drama. September 7, 1934. Program #72. Hearst syndication. "Miss Scotland Yard". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Produced in the studios of The General Broadcasting Company. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Why Scotland Yard Fired Its Women Detetcives." R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

51894. Front Page Drama. September 14, 1934. Program #73. Hearst syndication. "The Death Cross". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A southern story of feuds and revenge. The date is approximate. Produced in the studios of The General Broadcasting Company. R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 15:15. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84776. Front Page Drama. September 21, 1934. Program #74. Hearst syndication. "Emerald Eyes". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Produced in the studios of The General Broadcasting Company. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Like An Arabian Nights Adventure." R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 15:16. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

51899. Front Page Drama. September 28, 1934. Program #75. Hearst syndication. "Night Maid". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Produced in the studios of The General Broadcasting Company. Monty Reagan, "The King Of The Sneaks," plans one more jewel heist. The date is approximate. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Secrets Of The Great Jewel Robbery." R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:47. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

84778. Front Page Drama. October 5, 1934. Program #76. Hearst syndication. "Dead Men's Head". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Produced in the studios of The General Broadcasting Company. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "The Perfect Murder...But Not Quite When Science Steps In." R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

71. Front Page Drama. October 12, 1934. Program #77. Hearst syndication. "Two Of A Kind". Sponsored by: The American Weekly (the final commercial is a music fill). A girl crook and a boy crook complete to rob a set of pearls. Produced in the studios of The General Broadcasting Company. The date is approximate. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Secret Of The Great Jewel Robbery." R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:46. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

84775. Front Page Drama. October 19, 1934. Program #78. Hearst syndication. "Afternoon Parade". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Produced in the studios of The General Broadcasting Company. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Ex-Fashion King Living On Fifty-Cent Dole." R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84777. Front Page Drama. October 26, 1934. Program #79. Hearst syndication. "Family Luck". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Produced in the studios of The General Broadcasting Company. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Family Curse Claims Its Sixth Noble Victim." R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84799. Front Page Drama. November 2, 1934. Program #80. Hearst syndication. "Going Up". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Produced in the studios of The General Broadcasting Company. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Sad Riviera's Sadder Efforts To Be Gay Again." R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84779. Front Page Drama. November 9, 1934. Program #81. Hearst syndication. "Green Tables". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Produced in the studios of The General Broadcasting Company. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "American Heiress; Europe's New Gambling Queen." R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:51. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84780. Front Page Drama. November 16, 1934. Program #82. Hearst syndication. "Lovable Liars". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Produced in the studios of The General Broadcasting Compnay. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Some Tall Stories They Told Him." R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84782. Front Page Drama. November 20, 1934. Program #84. Hearst syndication. "Crisis". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Produced in the studios of The General Broadcasting Company. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Extraordinary Career Of A Doctor Who Was A Hero, Then A Murderous Scoundrel, Then A Hero Again." R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84781. Front Page Drama. November 23, 1934. Program #83. Hearst syndication. "Code Of Honor". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Produced in the studios of The General Broadcasting Company. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Tenderly Executed Their Erring Sister." R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84783. Front Page Drama. December 7, 1934. Program #85. Hearst syndication. "Penthouse Rendezvous". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Produced in the studios of The General Broadcasting Company. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "One Night Of Love In A New York Flat." R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84784. Front Page Drama. December 14, 1934. Program #86. Hearst syndication. "The Phantom Killer". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Produced in the studios of The General Broadcasting Company. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Mystery Of The Steel Mill's Phantom Slayer Solved." R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84785. Front Page Drama. December 21, 1934. Program #87. Hearst syndication. "The Golden House". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Produced in the studios of The General Broadcasting Company. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Excavating The Golden House Of Nero." R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84786. Front Page Drama. December 28, 1934. Program #88. Hearst syndication. "Number 88 West". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Produced in the studios of The General Broadcasting Company. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Police Detective; Chief By Day, Gangster Chief At Night." R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84787. Front Page Drama. January 4, 1935. Program #89. Hearst syndication. "Second Sight". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Produced in the studios of The General Broadcasting Company. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Divorces With The Plots Of Funny Plays." R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84788. Front Page Drama. January 11, 1935. Program #90. Hearst syndication. "How To Pick Currency". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Produced in the studios of The General Broadcasting Company. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Love and Murder In A Snow Igloo." R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84789. Front Page Drama. January 18, 1935. Program #91. Hearst syndication. "Reparation". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Produced in the studios of The General Broadcasting Company. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Confessions Of The Firebug Gang." R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84790. Front Page Drama. January 25, 1935. Program #92. Hearst syndication. "The Alibi Maker". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Produced in the studios of The General Broadcasting Company. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "New Secrets Of The Surete, The French Detective Police." R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84791. Front Page Drama. February 1, 1935. Program #93. Hearst syndication. "Doctor's Delight". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Produced in the studios of The General Broadcasting Company. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "New Secrets Of The Surete, The French Detective Police." R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84792. Front Page Drama. February 8, 1935. Program #94. Hearst syndication. "The Signal". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Produced in the studios of The General Broadcasting Company. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Robbing The Modern Stagecoach." The program does not use a closing music fill for local commercial insert, but rather the continuous sound effect of a bus engine for the voice-over. R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84793. Front Page Drama. February 15, 1935. Program #95. Hearst syndication. "Devotion". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Produced in the studios of The General Broadcasting Company. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Saved From Murder Penalty By Testimony Of His Dog." R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84794. Front Page Drama. February 22, 1935. Program #96. Hearst syndication. "Wings Of Death". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Produced in the studios of The General Broadcasting Company. R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84795. Front Page Drama. March 1, 1935. Program #97. Hearst syndication. "Night Work". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Judge By Day, Burglar By Night." Gale Gordon, R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84796. Front Page Drama. March 8, 1935. Program #98. Hearst syndication. "The Ghost Doctor". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Haunted Houses." R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84797. Front Page Drama. March 15, 1935. Program #99. Hearst syndication. "The Closing Act". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Girl Killed By Mother's Bullet." R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84798. Front Page Drama. March 22, 1935. Program #100. Hearst syndication. "Murder By Appointment". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Wekkly under the title, "New Secrets Of The Surete; The French Detective Police." R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:50. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

84800. Front Page Drama. March 29, 1935. Program #101. Hearst syndication. "Murder With Music". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "The Flute Player's Revenge." R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84801. Front Page Drama. April 5, 1935. Program #102. Hearst syndication. "Jinx In July". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "The Strange Death Jinx." . 14:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84802. Front Page Drama. April 12, 1935. Program #103. Hearst syndication. "The Duchess Of Dispair". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, ""Duchess Of Dispair Kills Herself." . 14:54. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84803. Front Page Drama. April 19, 1935. Program #104. Hearst syndication. "Special Duty". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Sacrifice Her Outlaw Father For Lover Who Hunted Him." . 14:57. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84804. Front Page Drama. April 26, 1935. Program #105. Hearst syndication. "Pirate Proof". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "The Children and The Chinese Pirate." . 14:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84805. Front Page Drama. May 3, 1935. Program #106. Hearst syndication. "The Silver Queen". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Every Wish She Made Came True, But She Died Penniless." . 14:57. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

84806. Front Page Drama. May 10, 1935. Program #107. Hearst syndication. "The Masterpiece". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Artists, Models, Starving In Paris Studio." R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:44. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

84807. Front Page Drama. May 17, 1935. Program #108. Hearst syndication. "Love Forever". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "The Mystery Of Room 1046." Part of the closing music fill has been deleted. Gale Gordon, R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:22. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

84808. Front Page Drama. May 29, 1935. Program #109. Hearst syndication. "The Promised Bride". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84809. Front Page Drama. May 31, 1935. Program #110. Hearst syndication. "Thief Of Police". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Why The Police Chief Became A Bank Robber Himself." R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84810. Front Page Drama. June 7, 1935. Program #111. Hearst syndication. "Publicity". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Too Much Perfection." R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84811. Front Page Drama. June 14, 1935. Program #112. Hearst syndication. "Release". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Secrets Of The Magicians." R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84812. Front Page Drama. June 21, 1935. Program #113. Hearst syndication. "Shipmates". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Vamped By An Adverturess On Shipboard." R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84813. Front Page Drama. June 28, 1935. Program #114. Hearst syndication. "Oasis Of Love". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Pasha Plans Pleasure City With Six Thousand Vamps For Tourists In French Morocco Desert." R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84814. Front Page Drama. July 5, 1935. Program #115. Hearst syndication. "Added Attraction". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Crushed Under The Foot Of A Circus Elephant." R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84815. Front Page Drama. July 12, 1935. Program #116. Hearst syndication. "Strange Journey". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Written By A Ghost On A Spirit Typewriter." The opening theme sounds to be the same recording of, "Omphale's Spinning Wheel" that was used to start, "The Shadow." R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84816. Front Page Drama. July 19, 1935. Program #117. Hearst syndication. "Right Guy". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "In The Dungeons Of Rhode Island's Murder Mansion." R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84817. Front Page Drama. July 26, 1935. Program #118. Hearst syndication. "The Werewolf". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Lived Like A Little Wild Beast For Seven Years." R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84818. Front Page Drama. August 2, 1935. Program #119. Hearst syndication. "Grand Passion". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Gale Gordon, R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84819. Front Page Drama. August 9, 1935. Program #120. Hearst syndication. "Stowaway". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. R. C. Wentworth (announcer), Gale Gordon, Billy Murray (the famous comedy singer; has been identified as doubling in two minor roles, a stevedor and a purser). 14:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84820. Front Page Drama. August 16, 1935. Program #121. Hearst syndication. "Revenge". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84821. Front Page Drama. August 23, 1935. Program #122. Hearst syndication. "Beauty". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84822. Front Page Drama. August 30, 1935. Program #123. Hearst syndication. "Freedom". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Held Her Father's Head Under Water 'Til He Drowned." R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84823. Front Page Drama. September 6, 1935. Program #124. Hearst syndication. "The Ghost Painter". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Hanley Stafford (?), R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84824. Front Page Drama. September 13, 1935. Program #125. Hearst syndication. "Royal Lover". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84825. Front Page Drama. September 20, 1935. Program #126. Hearst syndication. "Happiness Forever After". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84826. Front Page Drama. September 27, 1935. Program #127. Hearst syndication. "Pony Boy". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84827. Front Page Drama. October 4, 1935. Program #128. Hearst syndication. "Black Gold". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Gale Gordon, R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84828. Front Page Drama. October 11, 1935. Program #129. Hearst syndication. "Spanish Holiday". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84829. Front Page Drama. October 18, 1935. Program #130. Hearst syndication. "Practically Romantic". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84830. Front Page Drama. October 25, 1935. Program #131. Hearst syndication. "The Magic Crystal". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Gale Gordon (?), R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84831. Front Page Drama. November 1, 1935. Program #132. Hearst syndication. "Private Investigator". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:44. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

84832. Front Page Drama. November 8, 1935. Program #133. Hearst syndication. "Office Romance". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84833. Front Page Drama. November 15, 1935. Program #134. Hearst syndication. "My Heart Of Hearts". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Gale Gordon (?), R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:54. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84834. Front Page Drama. November 22, 1935. Program #135. Hearst syndication. "Mamie's Place". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:51. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84835. Front Page Drama. November 29, 1935. Program #136. Hearst syndication. "Big Time". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The program features an unidentified male quartet. R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:48. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

84836. Front Page Drama. December 6, 1935. Program #137. Hearst syndication. "Crimson Climax". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84837. Front Page Drama. December 13, 1935. Program #138. Hearst syndication. "For Services Rendered". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84838. Front Page Drama. December 20, 1935. Program #139. Hearst syndication. "The Beauty Bug". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Gale Gordon (?), R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84839. Front Page Drama. December 27, 1935. Program #140. Hearst syndication. "Reconciliation". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The program features an unidentified male quartet. Hanley Stafford (?), R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84840. Front Page Drama. January 3, 1936. Program #141. Hearst syndication. "Red Hot Miracle". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 13:21. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

82656. Front Page Drama. January 11, 1936. Program #142. Hearst syndication. "Someone's Waiting". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 15:08. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

82657. Front Page Drama. January 18, 1936. Program #143. Hearst syndication. "Conqueror's Son". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:53. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

82658. Front Page Drama. January 25, 1936. Program #144. Hearst syndication. "Repayment". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

82659. Front Page Drama. February 1, 1936. Program #145. Hearst syndication. "The Love Doctor". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 15:12. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

82660. Front Page Drama. February 8, 1936. Program #146. Hearst syndication. "River Belle". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 15:06. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

82661. Front Page Drama. February 15, 1936. Program #147. Hearst syndication. "Devil's Crib". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 15:10. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

82662. Front Page Drama. February 22, 1936. Program #148. Hearst syndication. "Second Lady". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 15:06. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

82663. Front Page Drama. February 29, 1936. Program #149. Hearst syndication. "The Removal Man". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 15:17. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

82664. Front Page Drama. March 7, 1936. Program #150. Hearst syndication. "The Great Illusion". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

82665. Front Page Drama. March 14, 1936. Program #151. Hearst syndication. "Flower Of Death". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The actor portraying a Chinaman, shouldn't. R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:51. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

82666. Front Page Drama. March 21, 1936. Program #152. Hearst syndication. "Midnight Call". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Hanley Stafford (?), R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

82667. Front Page Drama. March 28, 1936. Program #153. Hearst syndication. "Discovered". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

82668. Front Page Drama. April 4, 1936. Program #154. Hearst syndication. "Forbidden". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

82669. Front Page Drama. April 11, 1936. Program #155. Hearst syndication. "Justice" (refered to as "Frontier Justice"). Sponsored by: The American Weekly. R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

82670. Front Page Drama. April 18, 1936. Program #156. Hearst syndication. "Lady Dude". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The program features an unidentified male quartet. R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

82671. Front Page Drama. April 25, 1936. Program #157. Hearst syndication. "You're Somebody Else". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84841. Front Page Drama. May 1, 1936. Program #158. Hearst syndication. "Love For Two". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:54. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5935. Front Page Drama. May 10, 1936. Program #159. Hearst syndication. "Claws Of Steel". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. There's been a murder at a French circus. Suspicion falls on a trained bear. R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84842. Front Page Drama. May 15, 1936. Program #160. Hearst syndication. "Royal Visitor". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Cinderella Captures The Prince." Gale Gordon, R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5936. Front Page Drama. May 24, 1936. Program #161. Hearst syndication. "Favorites". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A French affair of honor over a fickle woman. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "The Fatal Woman Of Paris Dies In Rags." R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84843. Front Page Drama. May 29, 1936. Program #162. Hearst syndication. "Dangerous Diamond". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Newest Chapter In The History Of The Hope Diamond." R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84844. Front Page Drama. June 5, 1936. Program #163. Hearst syndication. "Criminal Police". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Hanley Stafford (?), R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84845. Front Page Drama. June 12, 1936. Program #164. Hearst syndication. "Unknown Beauty". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "The Mystery Of Room 304." Hanley Stafford, R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84846. Front Page Drama. June 19, 1936. Program #165. Hearst syndication. "Invisible Empire". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The program features an unidentied male quartet. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Like The Old Days Of The Ku Klux Klan." R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84847. Front Page Drama. June 26, 1936. Program #166. Hearst syndication. "Repentence". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Once A Thief, Always A Thief Proved Again." R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84848. Front Page Drama. July 3, 1936. Program #167. Hearst syndication. "Dream Girl". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Did He Marry A Twin, Or Didn't He?" R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84849. Front Page Drama. July 10, 1936. Program #168. Hearst syndication. "Mrs. Dobbs' Defense". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. After Mrs. Dobbs shoots her husband five times, Mr. Dobbs says, "Jenny, you've killed me!" The story will appear in the American Weekly under the title, "Wives Musn't Shoot Their Husbands." R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84850. Front Page Drama. July 17, 1936. Program #169. Hearst syndication. "The Perfect Crime". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84851. Front Page Drama. July 24, 1936. Program #170. Hearst syndication. "Accident Artist". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Astonishing Revelations Of $125 Million Dollar Insurance Racket." . 14:45. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

84852. Front Page Drama. July 31, 1936. Program #171. Hearst syndication. "Purchased Love". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84853. Front Page Drama. August 7, 1936. Program #172. Hearst syndication. "Professional Honor". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Hair Pulling Undignified, So They Fought With Swords." . 14:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84854. Front Page Drama. August 14, 1936. Program #173. Hearst syndication. "Dream Treasure". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

82316. Front Page Drama. August 22, 1936. Program #174. Hearst syndication. "Fallen Star". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. R. C. Wentworth (announcer). 14:59. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

82317. Front Page Drama. August 29, 1936. Program #175. Hearst syndication. "Reward". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Killer Dugan is serving a life sentence, not if he has anything to say about it. A story of youthful courage and resourcefulness. . 15:02. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

82318. Front Page Drama. September 5, 1936. Program #176. Hearst syndication. "Mother's Millions". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The curious economies of a multimillionaire miser. . 14:57. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

82319. Front Page Drama. September 12, 1936. Program #177. Hearst syndication. "A Boy and His Dog". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A crippled boy is forced to get rid of his best pal. . 14:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

82320. Front Page Drama. September 19, 1936. Program #178. Hearst syndication. "The Confessions Of A Woman Spy". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 15:10. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

82321. Front Page Drama. September 26, 1936. Program #179. Hearst syndication. "The Blue Flame". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story is taken from, "The Confessions Of A Woman Spy." . 15:10. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

82322. Front Page Drama. October 2, 1936. Program #180. Hearst syndication. "Guaranteed Love". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A story about the selling of magic potions. . 15:05. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

82323. Front Page Drama. October 9, 1936. Program #181. Hearst syndication. "Double Trouble". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 14:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

82324. Front Page Drama. October 18, 1936. Program #182. Hearst syndication. "Switchboard Service". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 15:05. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

82325. Front Page Drama. October 25, 1936. Program #183. Hearst syndication. "The Doll Baby". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 14:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

82326. Front Page Drama. October 31, 1936. Program #184. Hearst syndication. "Symbolic Soul". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 14:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

82327. Front Page Drama. November 7, 1936. Program #185. Hearst syndication. "Confession For Two". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 14:51. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

82328. Front Page Drama. November 14, 1936. Program #186. Hearst syndication. "Devil's Decoy". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 15:08. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

82329. Front Page Drama. November 21, 1936. Program #187. Hearst syndication. "Big Chief Playboy". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 15:07. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

82330. Front Page Drama. November 28, 1936. Program #188. Hearst syndication. "Dream Lover". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 14:51. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

82331. Front Page Drama. December 5, 1936. Program #189. Hearst syndication. "Red and White Horses". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. John Gibson (?). 14:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

82332. Front Page Drama. December 12, 1936. Program #190. Hearst syndication. "Pursuit Of Liberty". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 14:59. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

2570. Front Page Drama. December 20, 1936. Program #191. Hearst syndication. "Daredevil Scout". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A paleface spies on Sitting Bull's war party. . 14:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

82333. Front Page Drama. December 26, 1936. Program #192. Hearst syndication. "Wallach's Widow". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 15:02. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

82334. Front Page Drama. January 2, 1937. Program #193. Hearst syndication. "Prisoners On Parole". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 15:07. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

82335. Front Page Drama. January 9, 1937. Program #194. Hearst syndication. "The Field Of Honor". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 15:01. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

82336. Front Page Drama. January 16, 1937. Program #195. Hearst syndication. "The Philanthropist". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 15:03. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

27093. Front Page Drama. January 22, 1937. Program #196. WCNW, Brooklyn, Hearst syndication. "Unlucky Luck". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Presented in co-operation with the New York American. Followed by station I. D. and 4:00 P. M. timecheck. See cat. #82343 for a syndicated version of this program. . 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

82343. Front Page Drama. January 23, 1937. Program #196. Hearst syndication. "Unlucky Luck". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. See cat. #27093 for a broadcast recording of this program. . 15:02. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

2571. Front Page Drama. January 31, 1937. Program #197. Hearst syndication. "The Psychology Of Crime". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A woman accused of a robbery claims she did it as a scientific experiment. . 14:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

2572. Front Page Drama. February 7, 1937. Program #198. Hearst syndication. "Happiness Inc.". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A woman starts a matrimonial detective agency. . 14:51. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

2573. Front Page Drama. February 14, 1937. Program #199. Hearst syndication. "Chocolate Cake". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A small town girl goes to the big city to become a famous model. . 14:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

82337. Front Page Drama. February 20, 1937. Program #200. Hearst syndication. "Swing It, Mendelssohn". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 14:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

82338. Front Page Drama. February 27, 1937. Program #201. Hearst syndication. "The Man Who Found Himself". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 14:51. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

82339. Front Page Drama. March 6, 1937. Program #202. Hearst syndication. "The Luckiest Man In The World". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A modern Diogenes searches for an honest man. . 15:00. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

82340. Front Page Drama. March 13, 1937. Program #203. Hearst syndication. "Three-State Alarm". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 14:57. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

82341. Front Page Drama. March 20, 1937. Program #204. Hearst syndication. "A Modern Miracle". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 14:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

82342. Front Page Drama. March 27, 1937. Program #205. Hearst syndication. "The Unbreakable Contract". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 14:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84855. Front Page Drama. April 2, 1937. Program #206. Hearst syndication. "The Case Of The Bookworm". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 14:51. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84856. Front Page Drama. April 9, 1937. Program #207. Hearst syndication. "Unlucky Thirteen". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 14:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84857. Front Page Drama. April 16, 1937. Program #208. Hearst syndication. "Male Wanted". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 14:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84858. Front Page Drama. April 23, 1937. Program #209. Hearst syndication. "The Westerner". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 14:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84859. Front Page Drama. April 30, 1937. Program #210. Hearst syndication. "The Ghost Groom". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 14:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5812. Front Page Drama. May 9, 1937. Program #211. Hearst syndication. "Murder On The High Seas". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A famous detective solves a shipboard murder. . 15:01. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

2574. Front Page Drama. May 16, 1937. Program #212. Hearst syndication. "Loaded Dice". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A woman chooses her future husband on the throw of the dice. . 14:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84860. Front Page Drama. May 21, 1937. Program #213. Hearst syndication. "Murder In The Movies". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 14:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84861. Front Page Drama. May 29, 1937. Program #214. Hearst syndication. "A Case For The Department". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 14:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

2575. Front Page Drama. June 6, 1937. Program #215. Hearst syndication. "Sweepstakes Gold". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A woman wins a fortune, moves to New York, and is victimized by a phoney count. . 14:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84862. Front Page Drama. June 12, 1937. Program #216. Hearst syndication. "Haunted". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 14:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84863. Front Page Drama. June 19, 1937. Program #217. Hearst syndication. "G-Man". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 14:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84864. Front Page Drama. June 27, 1937. Program #218. Hearst syndication. "Girl Detective". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 14:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84865. Front Page Drama. July 3, 1937. Program #219. Hearst syndication. "Murder On The Robert Morrison". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Parker Fennelly. 14:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84866. Front Page Drama. July 10, 1937. Program #220. Hearst syndication. "Grounded". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Hanley Stafford (?). 14:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84867. Front Page Drama. July 17, 1937. Program #221. Hearst syndication. "Social Secretary". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 14:51. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84868. Front Page Drama. July 24, 1937. Program #222. Hearst syndication. "Splinters Of Glass". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 14:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5813. Front Page Drama. August 1, 1937. Program #223. Hearst syndication. "Old King Cole". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The "real" story about the people behind the nursery rhyme. The opening theme is taken from a transcription in the Lang-Worth "Planned Program Service" (program #285), played by The Lang-Worth Swing Orchestra (see cat. #35084). . 15:09. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84869. Front Page Drama. August 7, 1937. Program #224. Hearst syndication. "Parole". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 14:51. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5814. Front Page Drama. August 15, 1937. Program #225. Hearst syndication. "Girl Reporter". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A girl cub reporter shows the old city editor a big story right under his nose. . 15:05. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5815. Front Page Drama. August 22, 1937. Program #226. Hearst syndication. "Vilma Cummings Is Missing". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A crack detective uncovers a missing heiress with the help of his assistant, Oscar. . 15:04. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5816. Front Page Drama. August 29, 1937. Program #227. Hearst syndication. "Lucky In Love". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A croupier from Texas, working on the Continent, helps a couple in love with the old American game of "Doublecross." . 15:09. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5817. Front Page Drama. September 5, 1937. Program #228. Hearst syndication. "Business Before Pleasure". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A bad guy takes over a cab company from a poor Irish family. . 14:59. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5818. Front Page Drama. September 12, 1937. Program #229. Hearst syndication. "Madame Moullet". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A story of white slavery in old French Morocco. . 14:57. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84870. Front Page Drama. September 18, 1937. Program #230. Hearst syndication. "Bullets and Love". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 14:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84871. Front Page Drama. September 25, 1937. Program #231. Hearst syndication. "Finger Woman". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 14:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84872. Front Page Drama. October 1, 1937. Program #232. Hearst syndication. "Much Ado About Marriage". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Parker Fennelly. 14:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84873. Front Page Drama. October 8, 1937. Program #233. Hearst syndication. "The Devil's Paradise". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 14:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84874. Front Page Drama. October 15, 1937. Program #234. Hearst syndication. "The Case Of The Missing Bridegroom". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 14:51. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84875. Front Page Drama. October 22, 1937. Program #235. Hearst syndication. "All The World's A Stage". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "A Theatre To Cure Marriage Troubles." Frank Lovejoy. 14:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84876. Front Page Drama. October 29, 1937. Program #236. Hearst syndication. "Behind The Scenes At Monte Carlo". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Charles de Richter (author), Maurice Franklin. 14:51. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84877. Front Page Drama. November 5, 1937. Program #237. Hearst syndication. "Murder On The Beach". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 14:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84878. Front Page Drama. November 13, 1937. Program #238. Hearst syndication. "Strange Experiences". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 14:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84879. Front Page Drama. November 20, 1937. Program #239. Hearst syndication. "The Little Giant". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 14:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84880. Front Page Drama. November 27, 1937. Program #240. Hearst syndication. "Circumstantial Evidence". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 14:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84881. Front Page Drama. December 4, 1937. Program #241. Hearst syndication. "Case History". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 14:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84882. Front Page Drama. December 11, 1937. Program #242. Hearst syndication. "Fraud". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 14:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84883. Front Page Drama. December 18, 1937. Program #243. Hearst syndication. "A Knight Of The Holy Grail". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A dramatization of the first act of, "Lohengrin." . 14:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

2576. Front Page Drama. December 26, 1937. Program #244. Hearst syndication. "The Man Who Made News". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story of a famous publicity-man for the circus. . 14:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

2577. Front Page Drama. January 2, 1938. Program #245. Hearst syndication. "Empires Of The Moon". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story of the secret conspiracy of Aaron Burr. . 14:51. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

2578. Front Page Drama. January 9, 1938. Program #246. Hearst syndication. "Recorded Love". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A young radio repairman sends recorded love letters to his sweetheart at boarding school. . 14:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

2579. Front Page Drama. January 16, 1938. Program #247. Hearst syndication. "Of Bees and Men". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A farmer, a jar of bees, and a railroad car cause trouble for a busybody. . 14:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84884. Front Page Drama. January 22, 1938. Program #248. Hearst syndication. "Three Good Girls". Sponsored by: The American Weekly (contest). . 14:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

2580. Front Page Drama. January 30, 1938. Program #249. Hearst syndication. "Rising Star". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. An aspiring actress gets a part by pretending she's a washerwoman. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Lost By Being A Beauty and Won By Turning Old and Ugly." . 14:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

2581. Front Page Drama. February 6, 1938. Program #250. Hearst syndication. "The Queen Of Diamonds". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. How the best diamond smuggler in the business finally gets caught. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Paid Trips Abroad and Two-Hundred Dollars, For Smuggling Fortunes In Gems." . 14:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84885. Front Page Drama. February 12, 1938. Program #251. Hearst syndication. "Empires Of The Moon". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story of, "The Most Dramatic Woman In History." . 14:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

34939. Front Page Drama. February 20, 1938. Program #252. Hearst syndication. "The First G-Man". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A secret society based in St. Louis is attacked. . 14:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84886. Front Page Drama. February 26, 1938. Program #253. Hearst syndication. "The Price Of Success". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Dies To Prove His Invention A Success." . 14:51. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84887. Front Page Drama. March 5, 1938. Program #254. Hearst syndication. "The Awful Weekend". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 14:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84888. Front Page Drama. March 12, 1938. Program #255. Hearst syndication. "The Christmas Murder". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 14:51. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84889. Front Page Drama. March 19, 1938. Program #256. Hearst syndication. "The Haunted Song". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Fatal Music." . 14:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84890. Front Page Drama. March 26, 1938. Program #257. Hearst syndication. "Murder Will Out". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 14:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84891. Front Page Drama. April 2, 1938. Program #258. Hearst syndication. "The House At Cypress Bend". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A ghost story set on the Mississippi river. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Old Man River." . 14:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84892. Front Page Drama. April 9, 1938. Program #259. Hearst syndication. "Drama In The Ozarks". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 14:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84893. Front Page Drama. April 16, 1938. Program #260. Hearst syndication. "Tribute To Moloch". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A story about, "the frightfulness of the war of the future." The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Anti-Gas Bags For The Next War's Babies." . 14:51. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84894. Front Page Drama. April 22, 1938. Program #261. Hearst syndication. "So You Think You Can't Be Swindled". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. How Johnny Jones fell for the "Free Roof Racket." . 13:59. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84895. Front Page Drama. April 29, 1938. Program #262. Hearst syndication. "The Tree Of Death". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "One-Hundred-and-Fifty-Year-Old Murder Solved By The Wind." . 14:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84896. Front Page Drama. May 6, 1938. Program #263. Hearst syndication. "What's Sauce For The Goose". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Got Divorce From Wife That Played Football." . 14:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84897. Front Page Drama. May 13, 1938. Program #264. Hearst syndication. "More Power To You". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A drama of rural electrification! The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Clever Moonshiners Use Electricity To Outsmart The Law." Gerald Mohr. 14:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84898. Front Page Drama. May 20, 1938. Program #265. Hearst syndication. "Scramble Two For The Gentleman". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "A Dish Of Scrambled Eggs Worth Two-and-A-Half Million Dollars." Gerald Mohr (?). 14:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84899. Front Page Drama. May 27, 1938. Program #266. Hearst syndication. "The Dotting Of An I". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "The Perfect Murder Mystery That Was Solved By The Killer's Son." The story was subsequently used on "Front Page Drama" on January 10, 1941 (see cat. #85007) Gerald Mohr (?). 14:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84900. Front Page Drama. June 3, 1938. Program #267. Hearst syndication. "The Unknown Hero". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 12:33. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84901. Front Page Drama. June 10, 1938. Program #268. Hearst syndication. "The Lemonade Murder". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "She Sang At The Funeral Of The Woman She Murdered." . 13:07. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84902. Front Page Drama. June 17, 1938. Program #269. Hearst syndication. "Last Word". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Queer Wills Dictated By Fear, Hate and Whimsey." The program is referred to as a "Flash Drama." . 13:22. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84903. Front Page Drama. June 24, 1938. Program #270. Hearst syndication. "The Millionaire Hobo". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Death Ends The Richest Hobo's Spending Spree." The program is referred to as a "Flash Drama." . 13:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84904. Front Page Drama. July 1, 1938. Program #271. Hearst syndication. "The Diamond Of Desire". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Portals Of Illusion." H. Bedford Jones (author). 13:37. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84905. Front Page Drama. July 8, 1938. Program #272. Hearst syndication. "The Boomerang Of Death". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Killed By The Soup She Prepared For Her Husband." . 13:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84906. Front Page Drama. July 15, 1938. Program #273. Hearst syndication. "The Curse Of The Mashtu". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Portals Of Illusion." "A fantasy of music and drama." H. Bedford Jones (author). 14:23. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84907. Front Page Drama. July 22, 1938. Program #274. Hearst syndication. "His Right To Love". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Locked In A Tower To Make Sure He'll Wed A Princess." Gale Gordon (?). 14:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84908. Front Page Drama. July 29, 1938. Program #275. Hearst syndication. "A Modern Serenade". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Found Romance Because He Filled His Prison Cell With Music." . 14:04. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84909. Front Page Drama. August 5, 1938. Program #276. Hearst syndication. "The Phantom Bandit". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "You Wouldn't Believe It In The Movies." . 14:08. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84910. Front Page Drama. August 12, 1938. Program #277. Hearst syndication. "The Two-Thousand Dollar Snore". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Cost The Town $2000 To Shut Off His Snoring." . 13:56. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84911. Front Page Drama. August 19, 1938. Program #278. Hearst syndication. "Modern Cinderella". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the story, "The Prince Who Kidnapped His Own Cinderella." . 12:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84912. Front Page Drama. August 26, 1938. Program #279. Hearst syndication. "People Who Live In Glass Houses". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "May Go To Jail Because He Was Robbed Of $2000." . 14:15. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84913. Front Page Drama. September 2, 1938. Program #280. Hearst syndication. "The Red Death". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Murder by OGPU, Stalin's Secret Assassin." . 14:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84914. Front Page Drama. September 9, 1938. Program #281. Hearst syndication. "A Million For Marty" part one. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Stuart M. Emory (author). 14:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84915. Front Page Drama. September 16, 1938. Program #282. Hearst syndication. "A Million For Marty" part two. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Stuart M. Emory (author). 13:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84916. Front Page Drama. September 23, 1938. Program #283. Hearst syndication. "Even Polite Crime Doesn't Pay". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly as, "Her Twenty-One Hour Ride With Gentlemen Kidnappers." . 14:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84917. Front Page Drama. September 30, 1938. Program #284. Hearst syndication. "The Voodoo Murders". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 14:51. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84918. Front Page Drama. October 7, 1938. Program #285. Hearst syndication. "The Red Ooze". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 14:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84919. Front Page Drama. October 14, 1938. Program #286. Hearst syndication. "The Story Of The Sacred Crown". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "The Man Whose Eyes Must Never Move." . 14:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84920. Front Page Drama. October 21, 1938. Program #287. Hearst syndication. "Mr. Wong Comes Through". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "The Landscape Murder." H. Ashton Wolfe (author). 14:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84921. Front Page Drama. October 28, 1938. Program #288. Hearst syndication. "The Girl With The Auburn Hair". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "The Camera Obscura." H. Ashton Wolfe (author). 14:25. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84922. Front Page Drama. November 4, 1938. Program #289. Hearst syndication. "The Tiger's Claw". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. H. Ashton Wolfe (author). 14:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84923. Front Page Drama. November 11, 1938. Program #290. Hearst syndication. "Paradise Regained". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Shipwrecked On An Island Of Cannibals and Became Their Queen." . 14:37. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84924. Front Page Drama. November 18, 1938. Program #291. Hearst syndication. "For Richer Or For Poorer" part one. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 13:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84925. Front Page Drama. November 25, 1938. Program #292. Hearst syndication. "For Richer Or For Poorer" part two. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 14:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84926. Front Page Drama. December 2, 1938. Program #293. Hearst syndication. "Fifty Years In A Haunted Rectory". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 14:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84927. Front Page Drama. December 9, 1938. Program #294. Hearst syndication. "Prince Meets Girl". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 14:21. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84928. Front Page Drama. December 16, 1938. Program #295. Hearst syndication. "The Drink Of Death". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story appears in The American Weekly under the title, "Died Like The Victim In A Mystery Novel." . 14:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84929. Front Page Drama. December 23, 1938. Program #296. Hearst syndication. "The Saddest Love Letter Ever Written". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 14:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84930. Front Page Drama. December 30, 1938. Program #297. Hearst syndication. "Voices From The Darkness". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Life Too Easy, So He Killed His Family and Himself." . 14:11. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84931. Front Page Drama. January 6, 1939. Program #298. Hearst syndication. "Just Like The Famous Old Play". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Cruel Ordeal Of Little Marion Louise." . 14:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84932. Front Page Drama. January 13, 1939. Program #299. Hearst syndication. "Death and The Maiden" part one. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Gerald Mohr (?). 14:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84933. Front Page Drama. January 20, 1939. Program #300. Hearst syndication. "Death and The Maiden" part two. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 14:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84934. Front Page Drama. January 27, 1939. Program #301. Hearst syndication. "The Buried Goddess". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Brian O'Brien (writer). 14:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84935. Front Page Drama. February 3, 1939. Program #302. Hearst syndication. "The Golden Mouse". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Brian O'Brien (writer). 14:35. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84936. Front Page Drama. February 10, 1939. Program #303. Hearst syndication. "The Unfortunate Fortune". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "She Spent Her Fortune To Win A Man Who Hated Money." . 14:19. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84937. Front Page Drama. February 17, 1939. Program #304. Hearst syndication. "Married, But Didn't Know It". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 14:37. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84938. Front Page Drama. February 24, 1939. Program #305. Hearst syndication. "Lived A Double Life To Rob The Rich". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 13:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84939. Front Page Drama. March 3, 1939. Program #306. Hearst syndication. "Gold Is Where You Find It". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the name, "Surprising Stories For people Who Don't Believe In Luck." . 14:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84940. Front Page Drama. March 10, 1939. Program #307. Hearst syndication. "The Spirit Is Willing". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "When Crime Poses As Spiritualism." . 14:51. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84941. Front Page Drama. March 17, 1939. Program #308. Hearst syndication. "Jail For The Model Wife". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 13:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84949. Front Page Drama. March 24, 1939. Program #309. Hearst syndication. "So He Married The Queen's Niece". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 13:25. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84950. Front Page Drama. March 31, 1939. Program #310. Hearst syndication. "April Fool". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Presposterous April Fool's Jokes That Made History." . 13:48. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

84951. Front Page Drama. April 7, 1939. Program #311. Hearst syndication. "The Ghost Fire". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "England's Most Haunted House Commits Suicide." . 14:23. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

84952. Front Page Drama. April 14, 1939. Program #312. Hearst syndication. "The Road To Glory". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Hid Twenty-Three Years In A Cellar." . 14:01. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

84942. Front Page Drama. April 21, 1939. Program #313. Hearst syndication. "The Crown Of Coyapan". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. H. Bedford Jones (author). 14:09. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

84943. Front Page Drama. April 28, 1939. Program #314. Hearst syndication. "Lost A Fortune In A Revolution That Never Happened". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 14:15. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

84944. Front Page Drama. May 5, 1939. Program #315. Hearst syndication. "The Return Of The Prodigal". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Have You Heard These Strange Tales?" Donald A. Laird (author). 14:38. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

84945. Front Page Drama. May 12, 1939. Program #316. Hearst syndication. "The Mystery Of The Mary Celeste". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "A Baffling S. O. S. Puts Another Ghost Ship On The High Seas." . 14:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84946. Front Page Drama. May 19, 1939. Program #317. Hearst syndication. "Carlotta's Jewels". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 14:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84947. Front Page Drama. May 26, 1939. Program #318. Hearst syndication. "The Shy Widow". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "The Shy Widow Who Turned Out To Be A Queen Of Crime." . 14:11. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84948. Front Page Drama. June 2, 1939. Program #319. Hearst syndication. "Death Rides In The Square". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Arrested A Dead Man For Reckless Driving." . 13:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

202. Front Page Drama. June 9, 1939. Program #320. Hearst syndication. "An Odd Way To Win A Wife". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Played Blind Man's Buff To Win A Wife." . 14:05. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

203. Front Page Drama. June 16, 1939. Program #321. Hearst syndication. "The Perfect Alibi". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The date is approximate. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Need An Alibi? Mr. Peterson Will Provide It." . 13:15. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

204. Front Page Drama. June 23, 1939. Program #322. Hearst syndication. "The Year's Greatest Detective Story". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 14:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84968. Front Page Drama. June 30, 1939. Program #323. Hearst syndication. "A Tale Of Treasure Island". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Cocos Island, Old Pirate's Haven To Be United States Seaplane Base." . 14:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84969. Front Page Drama. July 7, 1939. Program #324. Hearst syndication. "The Mystery Of Lourdes". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Announced as a change of format, the program opens with, "Ave Maria." Lourdes had recently been visited by a Floridian in an iron lung. The story of how the shrine became founded in 1858 is told. John La Farge ("distinguished Catholic scholar"). 14:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

85001. Front Page Drama. July 14, 1939. Program #325. Hearst syndication. "Vengeance Is Mine". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Tales Of The California Gold Trail." J. W. Pitt (author). 14:42. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

85002. Front Page Drama. July 21, 1939. Program #326. Hearst syndication. "Pistols At Twenty Paces". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Tales Of The California Gold Trail." J. W. Pitt (author). 13:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

85003. Front Page Drama. July 28, 1939. Program #327. Hearst syndication. "Unsung Heroes". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Men Who Made Delivering Milk A Hero's Job." . 13:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

85004. Front Page Drama. August 4, 1939. Program #328. Hearst syndication. "Old Tuck Turns Detective". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Tales Of The California Gold Trail." J. W. Pitt (author). 14:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84953. Front Page Drama. August 11, 1939. Program #329. Hearst syndication. "Engine Company Number One". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Tales Of The California Gold Trail." J. W. Pitt (author). 13:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84954. Front Page Drama. August 18, 1939. Program #330. Hearst syndication. "The Curse Of Lockish". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "What Curse Seals The Secrets Of Biblical Lockish?" . 14:16. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84955. Front Page Drama. August 25, 1939. Program #331. Hearst syndication. "The Case Of The Marked Bullet". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Tales Of The California Gold Trail." J. W. Pitt (author). 14:16. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84956. Front Page Drama. September 1, 1939. Program #332. Hearst syndication. "Turned A Recital Into A Riot". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 14:05. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84960. Front Page Drama. September 8, 1939. Program #333. Hearst syndication. "The Sultan Of Zanzibar". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. An announcement is made that starting with the next issue of The American Weekly and for the next six weeks following, the covers will be reproductions of original paintings by James Montgomery Flagg. Each cover will feature a regional American dish, the magazine will have the recipe for the dish illustrated. The story is about Neville Chamberlain's brother-in-law. . 14:17. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

52730. Front Page Drama. September 17, 1939. Program #334. Hearst syndication. "You Are Dead and Don't Know It". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A man is considered civilly dead in one state, but not in another! . 14:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84961. Front Page Drama. September 22, 1939. Program #335. Hearst syndication. "Played Robin Hood For Eight Years". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 14:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84962. Front Page Drama. September 29, 1939. Program #336. Hearst syndication. "The Unseen Power". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "The Kidnapper Who Snatched Only The Mind Of His Victim." . 14:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

52731. Front Page Drama. October 8, 1939. Program #337. Hearst syndication. "Carried A Fortune In His Shoes". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. An old Italian sells his shoe store in France and returns home to retire, taking along his two unusual savings banks. . 13:22. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

52732. Front Page Drama. October 15, 1939. Program #338. Hearst syndication. "The Man Who Came Back". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. When a newly engaged salesman gets into a traffic accident, his body disappears. He begins a whole new life with another identity. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Shocks That Cure When Doctors Can't." . 14:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44047. Front Page Drama. October 22, 1939. Program #339. Hearst syndication. "A Royal Romance". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Became A Real Cinderella After Twenty-Two Years As A Peasant." . 14:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

52733. Front Page Drama. October 29, 1939. Program #340. Hearst syndication. "Men Of The Trees". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Dick Baker has unusual plans to protect the forests of Kenya. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Had To Form A Secret Society To Save African Trees." Brian O'Brien (author). 14:40. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

52734. Front Page Drama. November 5, 1939. Program #341. Hearst syndication. "The Show Is On". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. "The Nation's Dance Sensations" are dance partners, but are hardly speaking to each other, even though they're married! The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Acrobatic Mr. Wise and His Unwise Honeymoon." . 14:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44048. Front Page Drama. November 12, 1939. Program #342. Hearst syndication. "The Covered Wagon Case". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. An Hungarian case of murder turns out to have a happy ending. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Almost Jailed For A MUrder That Never Happened." . 14:13. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

52735. Front Page Drama. November 19, 1939. Program #343. Hearst syndication. "Help Wanted". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. An oriental gentleman places an ad for a man with a knowledge of bombs. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Advertised For A Man To Do A Murder." . 14:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

52727. Front Page Drama. November 26, 1939. Program #344. Hearst syndication. "The Magnificent Deception". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A woman marries a gentleman that she meets in a gambling casino. She finally learns the secret of his profession. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Helped A Blind Beggar and Unmasked Her Rich Husband." . 14:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

52728. Front Page Drama. December 3, 1939. Program #345. Hearst syndication. "The Robbing Romeo". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story of a Hungarian robber and bigamist. . 13:30. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

44049. Front Page Drama. December 10, 1939. Program #346. Hearst syndication. "The Vengeance Of The Hills". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A romance of King Zog of Albania. . 14:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

52783. Front Page Drama. December 17, 1939. Program #347. Hearst syndication. "The World's Worst Mother-In-Law". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story of the queen who betrayed her son-in-law to the Romans. . 14:10. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

52784. Front Page Drama. December 24, 1939. Program #348. Hearst syndication. "Christmas Ghosts". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. An evening in a haunted cottage...the wrong cottage! . 14:47. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

84963. Front Page Drama. December 31, 1939. Program #349. Hearst syndication. "The Follies Of '39". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Misadventures Of 1939." . 14:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84964. Front Page Drama. January 6, 1940. Program #350. Hearst syndication. "I Was Warden Of A Soviet Murder Camp". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. "A smashing indictment of Communism." . 14:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

52785. Front Page Drama. January 14, 1940. Program #351. Hearst syndication. "Nineteen-Thirty-Nine's Queerest Accidents". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Two ladies speaking on the phone to each other are simultaneously struck by lightning, and other strange events. . 14:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

52786. Front Page Drama. January 21, 1940. Program #352. Hearst syndication. "The Treasure Hunt". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A map is found in a secret compartment of a chest once owned by Captain Kidd. Four maps in fact...in four separate chests! . 14:58. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

52787. Front Page Drama. January 28, 1940. Program #353. Hearst syndication. "Cinderella Suicide". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A prince kidnaps and then offers to wed a commoner. . 14:51. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

52788. Front Page Drama. February 4, 1940. Program #354. Hearst syndication. "Mary Reed, Pirate Queen". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The strange story of a woman disguised as a man, and leading the life of a pirate! The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "On The Treasure Trail Of The Wicked Old Pirates." Harold T. Wilkins (author). 14:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

52789. Front Page Drama. February 11, 1940. Program #355. Hearst syndication. "Mr. Smith Disappears". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Mr. Smith sells his business and promptly disappears after receiving a million dollar down-payment. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Tragedy Number Three Deepens The Mystery Of The Missing Millionaire Small." . 14:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

52790. Front Page Drama. February 18, 1940. Program #356. Hearst syndication. "The Orchid Of The Golden Fleece". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story of the discovery of a "sacred" orchid. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "I Found The Orchid Of The Sacred Fleece." Alico E. Lillian (? author). 14:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

52795. Front Page Drama. February 25, 1940. Program #357. Hearst syndication. "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Wee Winnie Winston becomes a movie star, but finds no happiness because of her vicious stage mother. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Millions Murder Misery." Adela Rogers St. John (author). 14:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84965. Front Page Drama. March 1, 1940. Program #358. Hearst syndication. "The Curse Of Cahuenga Pass". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Strange Tragedies Of The Hunt For Hollywood Bowl Hidden Hoard." . 14:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

52796. Front Page Drama. March 10, 1940. Program #359. Hearst syndication. "Murder By Proxy". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The true case of Ellis Parker, who solved all but twelve of his three hundred murder cases, and on whom the character of "Sherlock Holmes" was based. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "The Unhappy End Of Our Own Sherlock Holmes." . 14:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

52797. Front Page Drama. March 17, 1940. Program #360. Hearst syndication. "The Bride Disappears". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. What happened to Sigrid Jansen, a brilliant lady attorney? A lonely lady meets the wrong man. . 14:20. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

84966. Front Page Drama. March 22, 1940. Program #361. Hearst syndication. "Beauty and The Beast". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "On The Treasure Trail Of The Wicked Old Pirates." . 14:09. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84967. Front Page Drama. March 29, 1940. Program #362. Hearst syndication. "The Corpse Accuses". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Told The Story Of His Murder Three Years After His Death." . 14:02. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

52798. Front Page Drama. April 7, 1940. Program #363. Hearst syndication. "The Waitress Still Waits". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A working girl meets her Prince Charming, but it's too good to be true. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Bang, and The Cinderella Woke Up." . 14:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

52799. Front Page Drama. April 14, 1940. Program #364. Hearst syndication. "The Ghost Ship". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story of the "Ivan Vasily," a haunted Russian ship. . 15:32. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

52800. Front Page Drama. April 21, 1940. Program #365. Hearst syndication. "Lights, Camera, Action". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A movie star of the silent pictures joins the French Foreign Legion. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the story, "Why A Movie Legionaire Forsook All To Become A Real Legionaire." . 14:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84957. Front Page Drama. April 26, 1940. Program #366. Hearst syndication. "The Angel Of Ava". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "The Town Of Ava's Strange Pennies From Heaven." . 14:37. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84958. Front Page Drama. May 3, 1940. Program #367. Hearst syndication. "The Bull With The Delicate Ego". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Gamblers Who Bribe Bulls Not To Fight." . 14:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84959. Front Page Drama. May 10, 1940. Program #368. Hearst syndication. "The Blue Face In The River". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "France's Startling Wave Of Wartime Murders." Gerald Mohr. 14:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84970. Front Page Drama. May 17, 1940. Program #369. Hearst syndication. "The Final Curtin". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "From Emperor's Sweetheart To The Breadlines." . 14:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44050. Front Page Drama. May 26, 1940. Program #370. Hearst syndication. "I Was A Spy". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A German baroness works for her government, while in the harem of the sultan of Turkey! The story will appear in The American Weekly under the tile, "I Was A Spy In Wicked Old Abdul Hamed's Harem." . 14:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84971. Front Page Drama. May 31, 1940. Program #371. Hearst syndication. "The Title Is Deceiving". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Problems Of An $8 Per Week Baronet." . 14:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84972. Front Page Drama. June 7, 1940. Program #372. Hearst syndication. "Black Magic". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "The Dread Obiyah Witchcraft That Shadows Our Virgin Islands." . 14:37. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84973. Front Page Drama. June 14, 1940. Program #373. Hearst syndication. "One Man's Mother". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "The Tragedy Of Errors That Took Three Lives." . 14:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84974. Front Page Drama. June 21, 1940. Program #374. Hearst syndication. "The Female Of The Species". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Why Heddy Green's Daughter Is Wrecking The Old Homestead." . 14:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84975. Front Page Drama. June 28, 1940. Program #375. Hearst syndication. "The Shark God's Vengeance". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Doomed To The Shark God's Vengeance." Basil Maynard (author). 14:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84976. Front Page Drama. July 5, 1940. Program #376. Hearst syndication. "The Phantom Driver". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Cracking Down On Drivers Who Get Hopped Up." Gale Gordon (?). 14:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84977. Front Page Drama. July 12, 1940. Program #377. Hearst syndication. "The Fugitive Fortune". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Couldn't Hide His Money From The Wife He Hated." . 14:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84978. Front Page Drama. July 19, 1940. Program #378. Hearst syndication. "Jim Halliday's Wife". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Where Wives Have No Rights To Fight For." . 14:21. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84979. Front Page Drama. July 26, 1940. Program #379. Hearst syndication. "Oh, Professor, Please!". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "So Lonely, The Island Maids Have To Steal Their Men." Basil Maynard (author). 14:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84980. Front Page Drama. August 2, 1940. Program #380. Hearst syndication. "The House Divided". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "The Divorce That Got All Tangled Up In A County Line." . 14:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84981. Front Page Drama. August 9, 1940. Program #381. Hearst syndication. "The Mountain Meadows Massacre". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "The Road To Zion." The "true" story of "the march of the Mormons." Joseph Robinson (author). 14:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84982. Front Page Drama. August 16, 1940. Program #382. Hearst syndication. "War In Zion". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "The Road To Zion." Joseph Robinson (author). 14:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84983. Front Page Drama. August 23, 1940. Program #383. Hearst syndication. "King Of The Prairies". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Glory At Last For Modest Kit Carson." . 13:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84984. Front Page Drama. August 30, 1940. Program #384. Hearst syndication. "Murder On The High Wire". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "The Circus That Staged A Murder As Part Of The Show." Gale Gordon. 13:00. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84985. Front Page Drama. September 6, 1940. Program #385. Hearst syndication. "The Table Talks". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The program seems to have a teaser before the show. Hugh Callingham Wheeler (author, under the pseudonym "Jonathan Stagge"), Richard Wilson Webb (author, under the pseudonym Jonathan Stagge). 14:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84986. Front Page Drama. September 13, 1940. Program #386. Hearst syndication. "The Sacred Tooth Of Siam". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Why No Smart Burglar Tries To Rob Siam's Prince." . 14:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84987. Front Page Drama. September 20, 1940. Program #387. Hearst syndication. "Did You Know?". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 14:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84988. Front Page Drama. September 27, 1940. Program #388. Hearst syndication. "The Woman With The Auburn Hair". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Newly Revealed Trickeries Of The Nazi Secret Army." Maurice Bravant (? author), Gale Gordon (?). 14:17. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84989. Front Page Drama. October 4, 1940. Program #389. Hearst syndication. "Is There Gold In Them Thar Hills?". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "To Uncover Death Valley Scotty's Secret Hoard At Last." . 14:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84990. Front Page Drama. October 11, 1940. Program #390. Hearst syndication. "The Case Of The Clawing Death". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. H. Ashton Wolfe (author). 14:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84991. Front Page Drama. October 18, 1940. Program #391. Hearst syndication. "The Mystery Of The Stone Bench". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. H. Ashton Wolfe (author). 14:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84992. Front Page Drama. October 25, 1940. Program #392. Hearst syndication. "The Voodoo Murder Mystery". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "The Leaves Of Lethergy." H. Ashton Wolfe (author), Gale Gordon (?). 14:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84993. Front Page Drama. November 1, 1940. Program #393. Hearst syndication. "The Case Of The Haunted Castle". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly as, "The Maker Of Shadows." H. Ashton Wolfe (author). 14:37. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84994. Front Page Drama. November 8, 1940. Program #394. Hearst syndication. "Kismet". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "The Sultan's Last Love-Gift That Cost The Life Of His Sweetheart." . 14:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84995. Front Page Drama. November 15, 1940. Program #395. Hearst syndication. "Murder In Spades". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. H. Ashton Wolfe (author). 14:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84996. Front Page Drama. November 22, 1940. Program #396. Hearst syndication. "The Case Of The Devil's Derringer". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "The Return Of Ashton Wolfe." H. Ashton Wolfe (author), Gerald Mohr. 14:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84997. Front Page Drama. November 29, 1940. Program #397. Hearst syndication. "The $30,000 Dream". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Found A Fortune By Having A Dream About The Funny Papers." . 14:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84998. Front Page Drama. December 6, 1940. Program #398. Hearst syndication. "The Gypsy Murder Case". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "The Return Of Ashton Wolfe." H. Ashton Wolfe (author), Gerald Mohr. 14:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84999. Front Page Drama. December 13, 1940. Program #399. Hearst syndication. "The Ghost Knocks". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Lowell's Poltergiest." . 14:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

85000. Front Page Drama. December 20, 1940. Program #400. Hearst syndication. "The Poison Crystal" part one. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. John Martin (announcer). 13:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

85005. Front Page Drama. December 27, 1940. Program #401. Hearst syndication. "The Poison Crystal" part two. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. John Martin (announcer). 14:02. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

85006. Front Page Drama. January 3, 1941. Program #402. Hearst syndication. "The Poison Crystal" part three. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. John Martin (announcer). 13:04. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

85007. Front Page Drama. January 10, 1941. Program #403. Hearst syndication. "The Dotting Of An I". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story was previously used on "Front Page Drama" on May 7, 1938 (see cat. #84899). . 14:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

85008. Front Page Drama. January 17, 1941. Program #404. Hearst syndication. "Black Cargo". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 14:36. Audio condition: Good to very good. Complete.

85009. Front Page Drama. January 24, 1941. Program #405. Hearst syndication. "The Eaglet Returns". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title," "The Bones Of Napoleon's Son Rest Beside Him." . 14:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

85010. Front Page Drama. January 31, 1941. Program #406. Hearst syndication. "The Servant Of Satan". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Darling's Delilah." Pierre Lazarac (? author). 13:58. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

85011. Front Page Drama. February 7, 1941. Program #407. Hearst syndication. "To Broadway and Back". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 14:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

85012. Front Page Drama. February 14, 1941. Program #408. Hearst syndication. "The Ghost Of Richard Riker". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Ghosts Of Old London Bombed By The Nazis." . 14:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

85013. Front Page Drama. February 21, 1941. Program #409. Hearst syndication. "When The Yankee Clipper Ruled The Seven Seas". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 14:12. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

85014. Front Page Drama. February 28, 1941. Program #410. Hearst syndication. "Wouldn't That Get Your Goat". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "The Goat Castle Murder." . 14:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

85015. Front Page Drama. March 7, 1941. Program #411. Hearst syndication. "Long Pig To Fresh Mutton". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "When The Yankee Clipper Ruled The Seven Seas." Dave Landers (author). 14:37. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

85016. Front Page Drama. March 14, 1941. Program #412. Hearst syndication. "Voices Of Destruction". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Killed His Artist Wife, To Spare Her The Miseries Of War." . 14:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

85017. Front Page Drama. March 21, 1941. Program #413. Hearst syndication. "The Companions Of Francois Villon". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "France's Ragged Regiment Of Beggars" Jacques Lemineaux (? author), Gerald Mohr. 14:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

85018. Front Page Drama. March 28, 1941. Program #414. Hearst syndication. "The Ugly Duckling Spy". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Seekly under the title, "How Mrs. O'Grady's Arrest Bares The Ugly Duckling System." Gerald Mohr. 14:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

85019. Front Page Drama. April 4, 1941. Program #415. Hearst syndication. "Twenty Days Of Terror". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "When The Yankee Clipper Ruled The Seven Seas." The program concludes with an over-dramatized story of forest preservation for defense. The format is identical to that of "The Shadow, but the name is not used. The voice on the filter mike sounds like Orson Welles. Gerald Mohr, Dave Landers (author), Orson Welles (?). 14:17. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

85020. Front Page Drama. April 11, 1941. Program #416. Hearst syndication. "Escape In The Night". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Lady Howard's Mysterious Arrest By The English Secret Agents." Gerald Mohr. 14:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

85021. Front Page Drama. April 18, 1941. Program #417. Hearst syndication. "Great Queens Of Egypt Who Have Gotten Lost". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The program departs from the usual format of dramatizing a feature from the coming issue of The American Weekly. Instead, it dramatizes several features. Also, "Is A Fortune Kicking Around In Your Attic?" and "Queer Echoes Of Uncle Sam's Call To Arms." . 14:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

85022. Front Page Drama. April 25, 1941. Program #418. Hearst syndication. "Mountain Mother". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Executed By Members Of His Proud Family." . 14:04. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

85023. Front Page Drama. May 2, 1941. Program #419. Hearst syndication. "Reunion In Paris". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Actor (Sascha) Guitry's Newest Dilemma, More Dramatic Than His Plays." . 14:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

85024. Front Page Drama. May 9, 1941. Program #420. Hearst syndication. "Sabotage". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 14:33. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

85025. Front Page Drama. May 16, 1941. Program #421. Hearst syndication. "An Evening At Maxim's". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Chez Maxim's, An Evening With The Nazis." Gerald Mohr, Jacques Lemineaux (author). 14:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

36713. Front Page Drama. May 23, 1941. Program #422. Hearst syndication. "The Fair Foul Ball". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A screwball baseball comedy about a somnambulist pitcher. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Screwballs." Dan Parker (author). 14:22. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

85026. Front Page Drama. May 30, 1941. Program #423. Hearst syndication. "Melody Of Death". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Murdered By A Melody Played On The Violin." . 14:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

36722. Front Page Drama. June 8, 1941. Program #424. Hearst syndication. "The Rattlesnake Murder Case". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. When a man's wife drowns in a lily pond, a rookie cop smells a rat...or a snake! The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "The Strange Sequel To Los Angeles' Atrocious Rattlesnake Murder." . 14:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44051. Front Page Drama. June 15, 1941. Program #425. Hearst syndication. "The Hand Of Vengeance". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The mummified hand of a murdered Russian princess seeks vengeance! . 14:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44052. Front Page Drama. June 22, 1941. Program #426. Hearst syndication. "The Queen Is Dead". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The tragic story of Queen Natalie, who died in poverty while in a convent. . 14:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44053. Front Page Drama. June 29, 1941. Program #427. Hearst syndication. "The Captives Of Cow Island". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A story of "modern" slavery in the swamps of Mississippi. . 14:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44054. Front Page Drama. July 6, 1941. Program #428. Hearst syndication. "A Tale Of a Haunted Table". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A ghost story set in the American colonies. The commercial for the American Weekly features the story, "I kick spooks out of haunted houses," by a ghostbuster who worked with Houdini! . 14:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44055. Front Page Drama. July 13, 1941. Program #429. Hearst syndication. "Father Against Son". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A tale of an amazing coincidence in the French Foreign Legion. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "I Watched The Old World Crumble." . 14:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44056. Front Page Drama. July 20, 1941. Program #430. Hearst syndication. "The Mummy's Revenge". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A good story of the supernatural during a London air raid. The story will be found in The American Weekly under the title, "Waited 4,700 Years To Get On The Firing Line." . 14:37. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

85027. Front Page Drama. July 25, 1941. Program #431. Hearst syndication. "Murder Under The Northern Lights". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. . 14:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44057. Front Page Drama. August 3, 1941. Program #432. Hearst syndication. "Death Rides With The Funeral". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A German bandit in China plans to attend his own funeral! The story will appear in The American Weekly under then titled, "Killed China's Cleverest Crook At His Own Funeral." . 14:25. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44058. Front Page Drama. August 10, 1941. Program #433. Hearst syndication. "Victory Has Wings". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Two Belgian aviators put together a flying "banana crate" to escape from the Germans. Matrix date: July 23, 1941. The announcer mentions that this story does not appear in The American Weekly! . 14:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

85028. Front Page Drama. August 15, 1941. Program #434. Hearst syndication. "The Old Army Game". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story of the biggest practical joke ever played by one army upon another. This story does not appear in The American Weekly. . 14:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44059. Front Page Drama. August 24, 1941. Program #435. Hearst syndication. "Galloping Gold". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. An Australian prospector strikes it rich...but loses it all. Matrix date: August 6, 1941. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "A $25,000 Fortune That Ran Away." . 14:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44060. Front Page Drama. August 31, 1941. Program #436. Hearst syndication. "The White Rajah". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story of the man who ruled the country of Sarawak. Matrix date: August 13, 1941. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "The Romances Of The Three White Rajas." The Rani Of Sarawak. 14:51. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44061. Front Page Drama. September 7, 1941. Program #437. Hearst syndication. "Love In Death United". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A Romeo and Juliet story set in the Sarawak jungles. Matrix date: August 13, 1941. . 14:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44062. Front Page Drama. September 14, 1941. Program #438. Hearst syndication. "The Lady With The Lavender Gloves". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A little old Dutch lady foils the Nazis in occupied Holland. Matrix date: August 13, 1941. . 15:01. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44063. Front Page Drama. September 21, 1941. Program #439. Hearst syndication. "Paradise Lost". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A good story about the last voyage of a haunted ship. . 14:35. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44064. Front Page Drama. September 28, 1941. Program #440. Hearst syndication. "The Queen Of Assassins". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A Yugoslavian patriot, about to die, makes a noble sacrifice. . 14:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44065. Front Page Drama. October 5, 1941. Program #441. Hearst syndication. "A Child Is Born". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A young victim of his mother's morphine addiction struggles to live. . 15:10. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44066. Front Page Drama. October 12, 1941. Program #442. Hearst syndication. "Pathway To Paradise". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A gentleman at his weekend hideaway in the Caribbean meets a wealthy couple when their plane crashes. . 14:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44067. Front Page Drama. October 19, 1941. Program #443. Hearst syndication. "The House Of The Dead". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A good story about a vampire in a radio studio! . 14:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44068. Front Page Drama. October 26, 1941. Program #444. Hearst syndication. "Tragedy In Three Acts". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Love, murder, and revenge from Kenya to Paris and beyond. . 14:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44069. Front Page Drama. November 2, 1941. Program #445. Hearst syndication. "The Case Of The Eviscerated Man". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The police use clever deduction to discover the identity of a hit-and-run driver. . 14:33. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44070. Front Page Drama. November 9, 1941. Program #446. Hearst syndication. "The King Of Ireland's Daughter". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A tale of Irish folklore. . 14:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44071. Front Page Drama. November 16, 1941. Program #447. Hearst syndication. "The Fallen Star". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A movie star is involved in a traffic accident and finds herself a morphine addict. . 14:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44072. Front Page Drama. November 23, 1941. Program #448. Hearst syndication. "Puzzle: Find The Body". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. An human arm is found in the fountain in the park, where is the rest of the body? . 14:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44073. Front Page Drama. November 30, 1941. Program #449. Hearst syndication. "Murdered By Mail". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A man is killed when he samples poisoned vitamins that arrive in the mail. Matrix date: November 12, 1941. . 14:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44074. Front Page Drama. December 7, 1941. Program #450. Hearst syndication. "The Riddle In Red". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The start of a baffling murder mystery, as told by a doctor! . 14:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44075. Front Page Drama. December 14, 1941. Program #451. Hearst syndication. "The Wizard Of Lake Chibougamal". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A story of the supernatural, set in frozen Labrador. . 14:07. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44076. Front Page Drama. December 21, 1941. Program #452. Hearst syndication. "A Merry Christmas". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A Christmas fantasy, set on a train en route to "Bethlehem." . 14:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

15510. Front Page Drama. December 28, 1941. Program #453. Hearst syndication. "The Ghost of Mangy Crow". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story of how a ghost came to be, and was exorcized. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "England's Ancient Cave Ghosts Disturbed By Secret Of Air Raid Shelter." L. F. O'Donnell (author). 14:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

85029. Front Page Drama. January 2, 1942. Program #454. Hearst syndication. "The Case Of The Devil In Hardscrabble Valley". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "Recollections Of Famous Crimes That Mystified Us In The Past and Challenged Our Best Detective Genius." . 14:12. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

36723. Front Page Drama. January 11, 1942. Program #455. Hearst syndication. "The Black Dragons". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story of the secret Japanese society that forced Emperor Hirohito to war. . 13:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44078. Front Page Drama. January 18, 1942. Program #456. Hearst syndication. "Tough Joe Slade and The Pony Express". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A good story about a really tough hombre of the old west. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "The Old Wild West." Frank Murphy (author). 13:57. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44079. Front Page Drama. January 25, 1942. Program #457. Hearst syndication. "Old Pancake and His Restless Wife". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The adventures of the western character who discovered the Comstock lode. The program contains an announcement for the "Buy A Bomber Fund." The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "The Old Wild West." Frank Murphy (author). 14:15. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44080. Front Page Drama. February 1, 1942. Program #458. Hearst syndication. "Eilee Orum and The Peepstone". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. "The Queen of the Comstock" takes her riches to Europe. Easy come, easy go! The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "The Old Wild West." Frank Murphy (author). 14:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

85030. Front Page Drama. February 6, 1942. Program #459. Hearst syndication. "Little Cayuse". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "The Old Wild West." Frank Murphy (author). 14:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

85031. Front Page Drama. February 13, 1942. Program #460. Hearst syndication. "Calamity Jane". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story will appear in The American Weekly under the title, "The Old Wild West." The program contains an announcement to help, "Buy A Bomber." Frank Martin (announcer), Frank Murphy (author). 14:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44081. Front Page Drama. February 22, 1942. Program #461. Hearst syndication. "The Story Of Alice Sterling". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story of a lady gambler of the old West. . 14:02. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44082. Front Page Drama. March 1, 1942. Program #462. Hearst syndication. "Is This The Perfect Crime?". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A dead body is found naked in a bombed out building during the London blitz. Matrix date: February 11, 1942. . 15:07. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44083. Front Page Drama. March 8, 1942. Program #463. Hearst syndication. "What's In a Name". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Droll English comedy about the abandoned baby of "Trafalgar Nelson." Matrix date: February 18, 1942. . 14:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44084. Front Page Drama. March 15, 1942. Program #464. Hearst syndication. "Wyatt Earp...The Bad Man's Nemesis". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The life and times of a hero of the old West. Matrix date: February 25, 1942. . 14:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44085. Front Page Drama. March 22, 1942. Program #465. Hearst syndication. "The Mystery Of The Nameless Lady". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. What was the identity of the dead woman, and who was her giant companion? Matrix date: March 4, 1942. . 14:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

36724. Front Page Drama. March 29, 1942. Program #466. Hearst syndication. "How Ginny's Dream Solved Her Daddy's Murder". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A little girl's visitor from beyond the grave. . 13:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44077. Front Page Drama. April 5, 1942. Program #467. Hearst syndication. "Whispering Bill Smith". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. In the old West, Bill tracks down his mortal enemy, Bill McPhee. Matrix date: March 11, 1942. . 13:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44086. Front Page Drama. April 12, 1942. Program #468. Hearst syndication. "The Venus In Furs". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The wild extravagances of a slightly mad but wealthy woman. Matrix date: March 24, 1942. . 13:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44087. Front Page Drama. April 19, 1942. Program #469. Hearst syndication. "The Curfew Murder Case". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A man comes home from work to find his wife and children have been murdered. An unfired bullet provides the vital clue. Matrix date: March 31, 1942. John Gibson. 13:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

36725. Front Page Drama. April 26, 1942. Program #470. Hearst syndication. "The Looting Of Paris". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Matrix date: March 24, 1942. The boyfriend of a French girl turns out to be a Nazi spy. . 13:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44088. Front Page Drama. May 3, 1942. Program #471. Hearst syndication. "The Looting Of Paris...Yvonne and George". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Romance under Nazi rule in wartime France. Matrix date: March 31, 1942. . 13:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44089. Front Page Drama. May 10, 1942. Program #472. Hearst syndication. "The Priceless Jewel". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A woman's forty-year search through the Orient for the unbuyable! Matrix date: April 14, 1942. . 14 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44090. Front Page Drama. May 17, 1942. Program #473. Hearst syndication. "The Looting Of Europe". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A Dutch woman gets her own revenge against the Nazis. . 13:03. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44091. Front Page Drama. May 24, 1942. Program #474. Hearst syndication. "The Waldo Case". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A man dynamites his wife and child but has a perfect alibi, he was in a bar when it happened. The date is approximate. . 13:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44092. Front Page Drama. May 31, 1942. Program #475. Hearst syndication. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story of Lyda, the marrying murderess. The title of the story is not announced. . 13:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

85033. Front Page Drama. June 5, 1942. Program #476. Hearst syndication. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Flossy Frills shows up late for her interview on, "Front Page Drama." Jesse Crawford (organ). 13:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44093. Front Page Drama. June 14, 1942. Program #477. Hearst syndication. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Who is the phantom lover? The title of the story is not announced. Another interview with Flossie Frills. Julie Bennett (?). 13:35. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44094. Front Page Drama. June 21, 1942. Program #478. Hearst syndication. "Knit One, Purl Two". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Flossie Frills writes a song and takes it to Glenn Miller (impersonated on this program). Vera Barton (vocal), Jesse Crawford (organ). 13:25. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44095. Front Page Drama. June 28, 1942. Program #479. Hearst syndication. "How Will You Act During An Alert?". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Friendly tips from an air raid warden. . 13:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

36726. Front Page Drama. December 20, 1942. Program #519. Hearst syndication. "The Case Of The Offending Eye". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A cop's son goes wrong. . 13:21. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44096. Front Page Drama. July 28, 1945. Program #707. Hearst syndication. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Untitled story about a king who warns a prince to give up the woman he loves. The tragedy of Rudolf of Hapsburg. The date is subject to correction. . 13:23. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

44097. Front Page Drama. August 11, 1945. Program #709. Hearst syndication. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Untitled story about a businessman who returns home to find his wife has been murdered...and a candlestick missing! The date is subject to correction. . 13:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44098. Front Page Drama. October 6, 1945. Program #717. Hearst syndication. "The Revenge Of Mrs. Calhoun". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. An old woman gets an unusual revenge on her snooty neighbors. The date is subject to correction. . 13:26. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

44099. Front Page Drama. October 13, 1945. Program #718. Hearst syndication. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Untitled story about a woman who decides to have a child...for her sister-in-law! The date is subject to correction. . 13:26. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

44100. Front Page Drama. October 20, 1945. Program #719. Hearst syndication. "Whispered Words...That Set The Stage For Murder". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A vet returns with a missing arm, and a mind poisoned against his best friend. The date is subject to correction. . 13:23. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

36727. Front Page Drama. March 6, 1946. Program #738. Hearst syndication. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A crook uses the new "truth serum," stolen from a drug store. Mercedes McCambridge. 13:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

36728. Front Page Drama. March 30, 1946. Program #742. Hearst syndication. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A couple about to be divorced visit the new idea, "The Court Of Reconciliation." . 13:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

68111. Front Page Drama. April 20, 1947. Program #745. Hearst syndication. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A man's wife is killed by a bomb, but the bomb was planted to kill the husband! What is the connection between "Dynamite and Romance?" . 13:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

68112. Front Page Drama. April 27, 1947. Program #746. Hearst syndication. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. An editor corners a Congressman to try to convince him to vote funds for the base of the Statue of Liberty. The editor was Joseph Pulitzer, and his idea was to raise $100,000 from the children of America. . 13:35. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

68113. Front Page Drama. May 4, 1947. Program #747. Hearst syndication. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Young girls are being fleeced by confidence men pretending to be Hollywood producers. One young actress changes one of the con-men, he gets for her a real test! The confidence man finds himself trapped by love! . 13:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

68114. Front Page Drama. May 11, 1947. Program #748. Hearst syndication. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A housewife has been named "The Nation's Most Beautiful Mother." When she goes on a tour, Daddy is left to take care of the kids. . 13:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

36729. Front Page Drama. June 6, 1947. Program #751. Hearst syndication. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. When a man's sister-in-law moves in, he institutes a set of rules, which promptly backfires! . 13:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

68115. Front Page Drama. June 15, 1947. Program #753. Hearst syndication. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. When thieves double-cross each other, the result is murder! Two crooks plan to fake a drowning to collect the insurance money. Peter Levins (writer). 13:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

68117. Front Page Drama. June 29, 1947. Program #755. Hearst syndication. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A tough kid from the slums gets help from an unexpected source. The kid seems determined to go to reform school, a visiting nurse tries to help, and makes a surprising discovery. . 13:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

36742. Front Page Drama. July 6, 1947. Program #756. Hearst syndication. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A pair of conmen victimize newly bereaved widows, but are in for a surprise. . 13:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

68116. Front Page Drama. July 13, 1947. Program #757. Hearst syndication. "Murder By The Clock". Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A meek husband is badgered by a nagging wife until he becomes a murderer. The title is subject to correction. Peter Levins (writer). 13:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

68118. Front Page Drama. July 27, 1947. Program #759. Hearst syndication. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A cabdriver in a big city picks up a woman who picks up a baby at a hospital. A totally improbable story! . 13:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

68119. Front Page Drama. August 3, 1947. Program #760. Hearst syndication. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. When a little girl is badly burned, the need for a skin treatment is answered by a strange donor. . 13:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

68120. Front Page Drama. August 24, 1947. Program #763. Hearst syndication. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Wealthy Bill Henderson is dead. Was it really an accident? What really happened? . 13:40. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

68121. Front Page Drama. September 7, 1947. Program #765. Hearst syndication. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Jim Bannon shoots the man who tries to rob him and his wife. The story of a hero who kills his wife's murderer. Peter Levins (writer). 13:33. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

68122. Front Page Drama. September 14, 1947. Program #766. Hearst syndication. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A young farmhand must do something to protect the reputation of his lady love by stealing a horse! The program opening has been deleted. . 11:18. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

68123. Front Page Drama. September 21, 1947. Program #767. Hearst syndication. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A sane man thinks he's losing his mind. A doctor tries to help. . 13:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

68124. Front Page Drama. September 28, 1947. Program #768. Hearst syndication. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Sarah Pellet preaches the word of god in the saloons of the old west, which leads to a dual, and a death. . 13:37. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

68125. Front Page Drama. October 12, 1947. Program #770. Hearst syndication. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A fighter from Brooklyn pretends to be the lightweight champion of China! . 13:21. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

68126. Front Page Drama. October 19, 1947. Program #771. Hearst syndication. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A debutante becomes a cab driver in order to stop a series of holdups. . 13:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

68127. Front Page Drama. November 2, 1947. Program #773. Hearst syndication. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. An R. A. F. veteran is falsely accused of murder. He owes the real killer a debt of loyalty. Peter Levins (writer). 13:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

68128. Front Page Drama. November 9, 1947. Program #774. Hearst syndication. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. An aspiring actress gets her big chance to go to Hollywood and possible stardom. This means that she'll have to leave her boyfriend behind. . 13:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

68129. Front Page Drama. November 16, 1947. Program #775. Hearst syndication. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Randall vs. Randall is a particularly bitter divorce trial. The judge calls his own witness! . 13:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

68130. Front Page Drama. November 23, 1947. Program #776. Hearst syndication. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A man wins $100,000 on a horse race, thanks to his wealthy but dishonest friend. A "sting" is in the making, with a script almost identical to the movie, "The Sting." . 13:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

68131. Front Page Drama. November 30, 1947. Program #777. Hearst syndication. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A woman is found dead on a country road. A picture in her home is of her sister, but she was an only child! Peter Levins (writer). 13:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

68132. Front Page Drama. January 18, 1948. Program #784. Hearst syndication. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Either a bank's customer is a swindler, or the bank teller is dishonest. A visit to a movie theatre leads to a new hobby and the invention of a new system of bank protection. . 10:42. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

68133. Front Page Drama. January 25, 1948. Program #785. Hearst syndication. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. There's been a murder in the night, and a man is accused of the crime. An ugly dwarf reported the crime and is found guilty of killing his brother and his wife. Peter Levins (writer). 13:25. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

68134. Front Page Drama. February 1, 1948. Program #786. Hearst syndication. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A wealthy man forces his son to tour Europe to get him to forget the girl he really loves. A pig farm in a most unusual location saves the day. The program opening has been deleted. . 11:21. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

68135. Front Page Drama. February 15, 1948. Program #788. Hearst syndication. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A young man finds that his fiance has an incurable disease. The marriage takes place just in time! . 14:02. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

68136. Front Page Drama. February 22, 1948. Program #789. Hearst syndication. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A cafe flirtation blossoms into love and marriage...and a plan for murder! Peter Levins (writer). 13:25. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

68137. Front Page Drama. February 29, 1948. Program #790. Hearst syndication. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A husband and wife plan to defraud an insurance company with a phoney accident in a movie theatre. . 13:37. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

68138. Front Page Drama. March 7, 1948. Program #791. Hearst syndication. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A latin wife and mother finds out after seventeen years that she was never really married. . 13:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

68139. Front Page Drama. March 21, 1948. Program #793. Hearst syndication. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A greedy man in search of easy money meets death in the woods. A note to his wife leads to the downfall of the killer. Peter Levins (writer). 13:36. Audio condition: Good to very good. Complete.

68140. Front Page Drama. March 28, 1948. Program #794. Hearst syndication. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. An ordinary American couple find themselves inheriting a British title and become a Duke and Duchess! . 13:37. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

68141. Front Page Drama. April 4, 1948. Program #795. Hearst syndication. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A phoney spiritualist plans to separate a millionaire from his money with the help of the spirit of the painter Raphael, and his latest painting from beyond the grave. . 13:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

68142. Front Page Drama. July 25, 1948. Program #811. Hearst syndication. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A short man who always wanted to be a policeman, is offered a collection of stolen gems. The program has well-done harmonica transitions. . 13:33. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

83882. Front Page Drama. September 3, 1950. Program #922. Hearst syndication. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. An unititled story about Pedro Gonzales, who woos and loses his fair senorita for that first movie show. . 13:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

83883. Front Page Drama. September 10, 1950. Program #923. Hearst syndication. "Burglary By Bees" (?). Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A Down East comedy. Noah and Rebecca are former admirers, now at war. . 13:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

83884. Front Page Drama. September 17, 1950. Program #924. Hearst syndication. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Chester Graham plans the perfect murder of his wife. It's to take place during a romantic canoe ride. No title is announced. . 13:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

83869. Front Page Drama. September 24, 1950. Program #925. Hearst syndication. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. An untitled story about John Ramsey and his wife, who are asked to break into a safe on behalf of the United States government. . 13:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

83870. Front Page Drama. October 1, 1950. Program #926. Hearst syndication. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A untitiled story about Susan Reynolds, who seems destined to marry a count. However, she likes the son of a grocer. Gerald Mohr. 13:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

83871. Front Page Drama. October 8, 1950. Program #927. Hearst syndication. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. An untitled story about Ruth Bryan, who is told to leave by her blind fiance. . 13:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84024. Front Page Drama. October 15, 1950. Program #928. Hearst syndication. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The story of Alex Binks, who collected antiques, or junk; depending on your point of view. John Gibson. 13:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84025. Front Page Drama. October 22, 1950. Program #929. Hearst syndication. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The police solve the murder of two bodies found in a tank car from Galveston...when the bodies arrive in Germany! . 13:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

83195. Front Page Drama. October 29, 1950. Program #930. Hearst syndication. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. An untitled story about a plan to solve the housing shortage. . 13:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

47610. Front Page Drama. November 5, 1950. Program #931. Hearst syndication. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Viola Steele is accused of owing $40,000. A forgery is uncovered with the help of silverfish. . 13:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84030. Front Page Drama. November 12, 1950. Program #932. Hearst syndication. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. An untitled story about the murder of a young woman. Her body is found in a trunk floating in a nearby lake. There's an atomic spy at work! . 13:37. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84018. Front Page Drama. November 19, 1950. Program #933. Hearst syndication. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Young Sammy buys six thousand shoes for only $300. A very bad mistake...they're all left shoes! . 13:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

101649. Front Page Drama. February 11, 1951. Program #944. Hearst syndication, WOR transcription. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Alma Dickey has been murdered on the farm where she worked. The show has nice Hammond organ bridges. The date January 4, 1951 is etched on the disc matrix. . 13:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

101650. Front Page Drama. February 18, 1951. Program #945. Hearst syndication, WOR transcription. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. The daughter of a movie mogul wants to marry a triple-threat man: he's a writer, a waiter and a weather forecaster. . 13:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84019. Front Page Drama. April 15, 1951. Program #954. Hearst syndication. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Lil Barnes is the murderer known as, "The Mountain Cat," or is she? In fact, there are two "Mountain Cats!" . 13:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84020. Front Page Drama. April 22, 1951. Program #955. Hearst syndication. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A story about a beer-drinking parson and the ladies of the congregation. . 13:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

83872. Front Page Drama. July 22, 1951. Program #968. Hearst syndication. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. An untitled story about Jerry Dukes, who is very much attracted to a lady evangelist. In fact, he decides to become an evangelist himself. A year later, Jerry returns to his home town and delivers an effective sermon. . 13:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

84023. Front Page Drama. July 29, 1951. Program #969. Hearst syndication. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A story about "a Judas who spied against his own country." . 13:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

101651. Front Page Drama. September 9, 1951. Program #974. Hearst syndication, WOR transcription. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A mother is willing to spend $5000 to clear of son of murder. . 13:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

101652. Front Page Drama. September 16, 1951. Program #975. Hearst syndication, WOR transcription. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Belmont Louie and an ex-boxer enter the cow business...the hard way. . 13:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

54120. Front Page Drama. May 16, 1954. Program #1114. Hearst syndication. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. Who stole the Riviera payroll? Laura Knapp obviously did it, but how to prove it? . 13:25. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

54121. Front Page Drama. May 23, 1954. Program #1115. Hearst syndication. Sponsored by: The American Weekly. A story of the battle of the Alamo, and of Susannah Dickenson. . 13:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

Report contains 498 programs.